The Defense You Need Against Charges Of Domestic Abuse
Without the help of a capable attorney, allegations of domestic violence can permanently damage your life. At Vaughn Law, our defense attorney uses his considerable experience and skill to protect your rights tenaciously against accusations or criminal charges involving domestic abuse. We are led by a husband-and-wife team that understands the complex dynamics involved in a relationship. When you work with them, you have a team you can always count on to listen to your side of the story and provide nonjudgmental compassion.
Domestic Abuse In Texas: What To Know
In Texas, domestic abuse encompasses threats of or acts of physical harm against a relative, family member or household member. These include, but are not limited to, spouses, romantic partners, exes, parents and children. Some of the most common criminal charges that we handle related to domestic violence include:
- Domestic assault
- Assault and battery
- Assault with a deadly weapon
- Unlawful restraint
Did someone recently name you in a protective order? Do not attempt to contact them. Instead, reach out to a criminal law attorney and learn what your options are in this situation.
Will Domestic Abuse Allegations Affect Your Child Custody?
Child custody and visitation – called conservatorship and possession in Texas – are at the front of any parent’s mind in a domestic abuse case. You stand to lose access to your children if the court determines that the allegations of domestic abuse against you are credible. Unfortunately, some courts inadvertently punish innocent people. We cannot stress how important it is to retain experienced criminal defense and family law counsel like you find at our firm to protect your rights, present the evidence and do everything possible to keep your kids in your life.
Act Quickly – Schedule A Free Consultation With Us
In such dire circumstances, you need the help of Vaughn Law to defend your rights. The sooner you act, the sooner we can assist you. Contact our law office at 281-699-6173 or send us an email to schedule a free, confidential initial consultation about your case with a lawyer.